From daily The Morning Star in London, England:
Sunday, January 13, 2019
Protesters in central London demand a general election now
ANTI-AUSTERITY protesters marched through central London over the weekend to call for a general election as the only way out of the Brexit deadlock.
Protesters from across the country gathered outside the BBC and marched to a rally in Trafalgar Square where they were addressed by politicians, activists and trade unionists.
Organised by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity (PA), the protest was inspired by the “gilets jaunes” yellow vest movement in France.
Two of the French protesters joined the protest and addressed the hundreds of demonstrators.
Erick Simon, of gilets jaunes, said that “all European countries must join up in this battle against austerity.”
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell brought with him a solidarity message from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and told the crowd that eight years…